Congratulations to our leader, CEO Rick Roehl, on his recent induction into the Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association (WMCA) Haul of Fame!  

The award, given to a leader who has gone above and beyond in their company, community and the industry, is the highest honor the WMCA bestows. Rick was honored during the WMCA Convention on September 19, 2023. 

This recognition reinforces what so many of us know - TeamRoehl is built on values that matter and make a difference. Our drivers are leaders, and our leader is a driver. Thank you all for living our values and making Roehl one of North America’s safest and most successful trucking companies!  

About the WMCA & the Haul of Fame 

The Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association is a non-profit trade association representing the interests of truck and transportation owners in the state of Wisconsin. The association has more than 1,300 members, ranging from independent contractors with one truck to companies with thousands of trucks. The WMCA is affiliated with the American Trucking Associations (ATA) in Washington and works with the ATA on federal issues. 

The Haul of Fame initially began in 1977 as the Frank Babbitt Award. Roehl Transport’s Founder, Everett Roehl, received the Babbitt Award in 2007. The award was renamed in 2017 to the Haul of Fame, and the Selection Committee (comprised of the last three HOF inductees, the Board Chair and the WMCA President) was created to choose the inductee each year. As a part of the selection process, nominations from any and all WMCA members are accepted and reviewed by the committee. The field is narrowed and a final inductee is chosen to take their rightful place in the WMCA Haul of Fame. Eligibility is based on three criteria - service to the association, the trucking industry and the community.  

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This page was last updated on 11/24/2023